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    THE subject of the relation of gold production to the prices of general commodities has been keenly discussed by economists in all parts of the world during the last two or ...

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    IN our last issue we gave some information with regard to pea-nut or ground mit growing for oil. It was shown that the crop is plentiful, that the demand for the oil is ...

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    Kallatina, Captain J. Magee. Passengers— Mesdames Fisher, Allison, M'Lucas: Misset Cooke, Douglas, Fuller. Stucley, Buchan, Collins, Turtle, Arnold, Neaven; Messrs. W, ...

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    THE important question of a direct shipping trade with Europe has been revived during the past week under somewhat favourable auspices. Much valuable information upon ...

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    CONCERNING these schemes, there is matter for profitable consideration in a paragraph contained in a recent issue of the London Times. It has reference to the elfects of the ...

    Article : 269 words
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    First Quarter.....5s| Three Quarters....15s 6d TwoQuarters....10s| Four Quarters.....21s Credit limited to 12 months. ...

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    THE list of railway deadheads that has just been published, by the Commissioners, by order of Parliament, is a very imposing one. It consists chiefly of women, arid these are ...

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    THE persistent efforts to procure the libaration of "poor Mr. Abigail have again, been baulked, it is said, not by the unflinching rectitude of Ministers, but by the stern ...

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    UNFORTUNATELY the depression in trade and the want of profitable markets for produce, which is bearing down the people of this colony and of this district, is not limited ...

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    AMONGST the directions to which attention may be directed for the advantage of individuals and of the community, is flower-growing for perfume. The advocacy of this ...

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    THE sale is reported of the Trigamon station, situated in the Gwydir district, on the M'Intyre river, comprising about 80,000 acres Crown and freehold lands, together with ...

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    THE colony on a natural basis, referred to in a recent issue of the Examiner as being in course of foundation in a French chestnut forest, is scarcely, to be taken seriously, The ...

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    IT is time this business was stopped. I am not one of those who believe that Members of the Legislature should hot be allowed to travel free on the railways, but I am ...

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    UNDER the excuse that there are places in the colony where public convenience would be afforded by increasing the number of the unpaid magistracy, the present Ministry, ...

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    THE Daily Telegraph, discussing a return showing the "free passes" issued by the Railway Department, is righteously indignant at the gross abuses of the system. At ...

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    ORIGINALITY, a smart young Jew named Nathan, who was sentenced with Abigail, but to a shorter term-and who, by the way, within a few days after serving his sentence ...

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    SOME of the underground engineers in the ranks of the Opposition are conspiring, for the purpose of ousting Sir GEORGE DIBBS, from the leadership. They are of the opinion ...

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    THE following gold lenses will be cancelled on 18th instant: D. Orr and cithers 8a, A. Cadell 6a and 10a, J. M. Rooke 3a Ir 8per, N. M'Donald 5a, R. Watkins 2, 15 ...

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    LAND BOARD ADMINISTRATION. — The Minister for Lands is looking carefully into the whole question with the view of seeing whether a considerable saving ...

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    PRESBYTERY OF THE CLARENCE. — The Presbytery met at Maclean on Wednesday. Present-Revs. J. Strang(Woodburn, Moderator). A. Barron (Grafton), Gray (Middle ...

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    THE next bold move (made while Abigail was in England trying to. get people to. provide money for debentures of the bank, or some such trash, and when the " Bank" must have ...

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    MANY of the farmers, it seems, are not satisfied with the action of the Government in deciding to keep the grain duties in force until the 30th of September. They are of ...

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    MOONLIGHT EXCURSION.—The excursion on Thursday evening, in aid of the Band funds, was patronised by over 100. The evening was all that could be desired, and ...

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    DEATH OF CAPTAIN PETERSEN. — Many will learn with regret of the demise of Air. Peter Peterson, who was for a number of years connected with the river trade. ...

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    PUBLIC SCHOOL ITEMS.— Mr. F. Flintoff and Miss Maud Harkness, of the Grafton Superior Public School, have gained Scholarships in connection with the recent ...

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    THERE may be a general election before September. A hint to that effect has been given by several members of the Government. The latest is contained in a remark made ...

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